Because the US government had the following advantages: its additional revenue mulcted
from the long suffering taxpayers due to a fall in the tax rate, and supplementary money forthcoming to it from drug legalization, plus, a voluntary military which did not call forth massive protests against its rule.
Jim Grichar, a former economist for the federal government, wrote that "real volunteerism in this country still exists, and if taxpayers were not being mulcted
for every goofy and evil social welfare scheme, they would have the time and resources to devote to increased genuine charitable efforts.
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We would then remain their ``bedroom community,'' their cash cow - helpless, hapless and hopeless to be mulcted
by them forever more with no means of resistance.
With strict liability, clinics would be tempted to focus on these questions because they would be automatically mulcted
in court fees whenever a couple separates and goes to court to resolve the issue of preembryo disposition.
A North Carolina jury recently mulcted
the Meineke muffler chain for an estimated $400 million to $600 million, more than the annual profits of its large British parent company, after a lawyer invited jurors to "send a message to foreign companies.